Stevie Wonder Designs Music Video for Blind Fans



Stevie Wonder has made a music video equipped with a descriptive audio track designed for his blind fans

The talented, famous, and smart singer, Stevie Wonder, has designed a music video equipped with a descriptive audio track, which he specially dedicated for his blind fans. The video, which is being described as a musical first, has also marked the release of his song "So What the Fuss."

To go on details about the equipment, the description was recorded by Wonder with the help from rapper Busta Rhymes, who in this case takes part in handling the voice-over duties. Moreover, the commentary track can be accessed with any television outfitted with an SAP (Second Audio Program) function.

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